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I provide a range of English resources for KS3 and KS4. Any specific requests please do message me, I am happy to oblige to the best of my ability. Please remember to leave a review once you’ve downloaded a resource. Thank you.

I provide a range of English resources for KS3 and KS4. Any specific requests please do message me, I am happy to oblige to the best of my ability. Please remember to leave a review once you’ve downloaded a resource. Thank you.
William Wordsworth's Daffodils (Poetry)
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William Wordsworth's Daffodils (Poetry)

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An analysis of William Wordsworth’s poem Daffodils. Middle ability year 8. Useful questions for each stanza for independent student analysis. A main task around figurative language and peer assessment.
War Horse Work Booklet
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War Horse Work Booklet

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A booklet I created to use with some of my EAL students when studying Warhorse by Michael Morpugo. Summarised story and character profiles. Can be used with a low ability class or EAL/ESOL students. Does include some grammar focused activities and encourages dictionary work in translation.
The Adventure of the Speckled Band workbook -part2
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The Adventure of the Speckled Band workbook -part2

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The Adventure of the Speckled Band - Part 2 of the workbook. A resource I put together for students unable to do the online teams’ lessons. Work is from a SOL adapted from slides. Language analysis, , exploding quotes, comprehension activities, character analysis and an assessment prep question.
Is Nancy a villain or Victim?
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Is Nancy a villain or Victim?

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One of a series of lessons i planned for Oliver Twist the play version (but can be used for the book). The lesson focuses on the character of Nancy and whether she is a victim or a villian. Students have to produce a written piece by the end of the lesson.
The Speckled Band- EAL resource
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The Speckled Band- EAL resource

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A resource I put together for an EAL student of mine to help mostly with vocabulary and understanding the language used in the speckled band. Includes comprehension questions, extract from the text, wordsearch and a word match.
Analysing Helen Stoner
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Analysing Helen Stoner

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A home learning task I put together for a student. Focuses on the characterisation of Helen Stoner in the adventure of the speckled band. Exploding quotes, extract from the text and analysis table.
Comparing poems
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Comparing poems

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A lesson showing students how to compare two poems, The Clod and the Pebble by William Blake and Daffodils by William Wordsworth. a video link to BBC GCSE demonstrating how comparison works. Mental contrasting and EBI work included in the form of self assessment.
Analysing Monks
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Analysing Monks

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One of nineteen lessons planned for Oliver twist the play adaptation by Nigel Bryant. This lesson focuses on the character of Monks. Students to produce a written piece about Monks using the scaffolded slide (quotations and sentence starters included. Can be used with the analysis of the book too.
Capital Punishment
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Capital Punishment

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A lesson on capital punishment during the Victorian era and as mentioned in Oliver Twist. Uses reading strategies and real life case of Derek Bentley and Christopher Craig. Students enjoy this lesson as it encourages debate and active discussion. Comes with additional resource.
Year 8 World War 1 writing and Poetry lesson
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Year 8 World War 1 writing and Poetry lesson

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A creative lesson on diary writing with clips from the BBC and mentions Siegfriend Sassoon and Wilfred Owen. Has success criteria and self/peer assessment sheet. Homework is also included.
Poetry analysis- William Blake
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Poetry analysis- William Blake

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Lesson for a middle ability year 8. Focus on Analysis and creative output in the form of poetry writing. William Blake’s poem The Clod and the Pebble.Keywords, stretch and performance activities. Links to literature paper 2.
John Agard Flag
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John Agard Flag

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Focusing on AO2 of the language question but using Agard’s poem Flag to do this. A marriage of language and literature to get the students thinking of the use of language in poetry. Has a task and peer assessment.